Children England is a small charity that’s committed to being Open to All, meaning we want to employ people who have passion, talent and life experience to bring to their work in a charity committed to social change, whatever your  background or education. We are particularly keen to encourage applicants from London’s BAME communities, and any applicants with personal experience that connects them with the work and campaigning we do.

Children England is currently looking for:

A Policy and Communications Intern

We’re looking for someone with the ability to see the bigger picture for children’s lives, and the courage and creativity to join us in trying to change it. 

This role is key to supporting our bold policy proposals and our campaigns to put children at heart in society. It will also contribute significantly to our ChildFair State Inquiry, supporting this youth-led project with events and communications and championing the voices of children and young people as they create proposals for child-centred services and communities.

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Closing date for applications: 5pm, Thursday 12th September

 

4in10 is recruiting:

4in10 is a London-wide campaigning network of organisations working to improve the lives of children living in poverty across the capital.

If you are keen to highlight the views of children, young people, families and frontline workers, and get involved in uncovering and representing best of the VCS responses to child poverty, across the capital, then please get in touch.

Research and Information Officer

We are seeking an enthusiastic Research and Information Officer with a minimum of 2 years’ experience within children, young people, family / parenting organisations with experience of undertaking research and skills in presenting the learning. This is a full time role.

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Closing date for applications: midday on Friday 6th September 2019; interviews on Thursday 12th September 2019

 

Community Engagement Officer (part-time)

We are seeking a proactive Community Engagement Officer to connect with small grassroots organisations across the capital and help in strengthening the voice of the sector on poverty.

The post is designed to be fully flexible according to the needs of our member organisations, so we are expecting the 21hrs to be made up of a mixture of evening, weekend work and office hours each week.

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Closing date for applications: midday on Thursday 5th September 2019; interviews on Wednesday 11th September 2019.

 

 

We are a founding member of the Open To All campaign, meaning that when we recruit, we won't ask candidates to have a degree unless it's technically essential for the role.